Have you ever tasted Soursop? This fruit is also known as Guanabana and Graviola. Have you ever had a chance to enjoy the unique flavor of Lychee fruit?
This page will hopefully make you want to seek out these delicious often rare and exotic fruits. You might even consider growing them.
Several fruit variety descriptions are also featured here. The Sweetheart™ and the Hakip Lychee are compared in one photo to the Mauritius and the Brewster. Notice the difference in size, color and most importantly the small seed often referred to as chicken tongue seeds found in the Hak ip Lychee and in the Sweetheart™.
Featured also are several images of Miracle fruit in different stages of development that illustrate the size of the average Miracle Fruit and the flowers.
The Dragon fruit is also known as Pitaya. Dragon Fruit is a great fruit that can be prepared into a visual delight. The Pitaya can be dressed to impress!
You will also find images of Sapodilla, Nispero that is also known as Naseberry in Jamaica.
We hope you enjoy viewing our other images of Star Fruit, Carambola, Five Fingers, Loquats and Longans.
Our goal is to keep bringing you plenty of photographs of tropical and subtropical fruits. Why not bookmark this page and also visit us at pepesplants.com for information on growing all of these fruits?
Florida offers plenty of sunshine with both a rainy and a dry season. Understanding some basic growing principles and applying them is not really difficult. With patience and some effort you can enjoy a wonderful harvest of delicious and nutritious fruits.
Be sure to protect your valuable edible landscape! Many organic products are available, effective and safer than conventional synthetics. Organic products make sense for you, your family and the environment!